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PHOTOS: Cory Wong Hits The Hi-Fi In Indianapolis

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first_imgLoad remaining images Last night, Cory Wong (Vulfpeck, The Fearless Flyers) continued his ongoing tour with a performance at The Hi-Fi in Indianapolis, IN featuring support from Cody Fry. The current tour comes in support of Wong’s new solo album, The Optimist, released earlier this month.As the album’s announcement press release pondered,Why The Optimist? At age 16, after suffering a concussive head injury, Wong had been told he had two weeks to live. Or maybe he would be fine. The doctors honestly weren’t sure why his right arm kept going numb, but following a month-and-a-half of visits and tests and second opinions, their best guess was that he had a blood clot with the potential to reach his brain at any moment. If that happened, death would be nearly instantaneous. … Wong survived, of course, and while his symptoms eventually faded away, the relentlessly defiant brand of optimism he cultivated that summer never did. In fact, nearly two decades later, it forms the bedrock of his ecstatic new album, The Optimist. Recorded in spontaneous sessions with a series of all-star lineups, the collection showcases both Wong’s prodigious instrumental virtuosity and his broad emotional reach. The songs are profoundly funky, infectiously joyful, and as playful as they are peerless. Paired with his quirky music videos, the tracks feel retro and futuristic all at once. At a time of bitter political strife and deep cultural divisions, Wong has crafted something truly unifying: an album that delights in the pleasures of human connection and revels in the limitless possibility of artistic collaboration.You can listen to The Optimist below, and learn more about the time-pressed creation of the album and its serendipitous list of contributors here.Cory Wong – The Optimist – Full AlbumYou can catch Cory Wong on the road this fall, so check out his tour dates below. For more information on the album or ticketing, head to Cory Wong’s website here.You can check out a gallery of photos from Cory Wong’s Indianapolis performance below courtesy of Phierce Photo by Keith Griner.Cory Wong Upcoming Tour Dates8/25 – Fort Wayne, IN – Two EE’s Winery10/7 – Madrid, Spain – Sala Clamores10/10 – Cologne, Germany – Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld10/11 – Berlin, Germany – Gretchen10/13 – Den Haag, Netherlands – Mondriaan Jazz Festival10/14 – Stockholm, Sweden – Stockholm Jazz Festival10/16 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bitterzoet10/17 – Rotterdam, Netherlands – BIRD10/19 – Zurich, Switzerland – Moods10/20 – Fribourg, Switzerland – La Spirale10/21 – Milan, Italy – Blue Note10/25 – Live Oak, FL – Suwannee Hulaween11/17 – Denver, CO – Ogden TheatreView Upcoming Tour DatesCory Wong w/ Cody Fry | The Hi-Fi | Indianapolis, IN | 8/24/18 | Photos: Keith Grinerlast_img read more

Mrs. Shirley Ann (Tingle) Hewitt

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first_imgInterment will follow in the Grandview Memorial Gardens, Madison, Indiana.Friends may call 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Monday, January 30, 2017, at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Cards are available at the funeral home. “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future of hope.” Jeremiah 29:11 “You are not stuck in your circumstances, you are positioned for God’s purposes.” These are the quotes Shirley loved. They gave her comfort during this hard time of her life. Shirley Ann (Tingle) Hewitt went to be with her Lord and Savior at 7:20 a.m., Saturday, January 28, 2017 at her residence in Vevay, Indiana, following a courageous battle with her heart and lung disease and cancer. She was surrounded by her family and felt the prayers of many people who loved her dearly. Shirley entered this life on September 5, 1941, in Port Royal, Kentucky, the loving daughter of the late, Gilbert Carroll and Leona (Raisor) Tingle. At the age of three years, the family moved to Brooksburg, Indiana. A short time later, they moved to Green Valley Road near Vevay, Indiana. Shirley was a 1959 graduate of the Vevay High School in Vevay, Indiana. Shirley was united in marriage on December 14, 1962 at the Brooksburg Baptist Church in Brooksburg, Indiana, to David C. Hewitt and to this union arrived a daughter, Tracy Lee and a son, Steven Gary to bless their home. Shirley and David shared over 54 years of marriage together until her death. Shirley was employed as a Clerk for Kirlin’s Hallmark Shop in Madison, Indiana, before she became disabled. She was a former employee for Joyce Shoe in Madison, Indiana and for Wilma Turner’s Dress Shop in Vevay, Indiana. She was also a substitute teacher for the Switzerland County School Corporation. Shirley joined the Braytown Christian Church during her childhood years. When she moved to the Vevay community, she joined the Spring Branch Baptist Church in June 1970 where she was a faithful member. She served the Lord faithfully with her labors and efforts in teaching Sunday school classes, presenting children sermons, and serving as Treasurer and Secretary of Mission Circle and Church Clerk. She helped in any way that she could to impart God’s love for all. Shirley also served her community well. She served on the Switzerland County Public Library Board when the new public library was built in Vevay, Indiana. She organized the Someone Does Care Group in writing letters to servicemen and women during and after the Gulf War. She also served on the American Cancer Society Board for several years. Shirley enjoyed sewing, watching Kentucky basketball, ceramics, quilting, word search puzzles, watching Dale Earnhardt, Jr. race, and visiting with family and friends. An example has been left for each of us whose lives Shirley touched. She was faithful in her responsibilities as a wife and mother. She was faithful in her church attendance. She always had a big smile, a friendly greeting, and she had a powerful grip giving handshakes. When you visited with Shirley, she was always thrilled to see you. She was an example for faithful living; An example to fear God and look to him for comfort and guidance. She loved her Lord and told those around her that she was ready to go home to be with her Lord. Her life was not in vain. She was a friend worth knowing. She will be deeply missed. God prepared a place in His heavenly home for Shirley and He has called her to be with Him forever. She is now in glory where there is no pain, no suffering, no sorrow, and no tears, only the joy of walking and talking with our Lord Jesus Christ. Shirley loved her family and friends very much and never failed to tell them how important they were to her. If she were here today she would tell you to never forget to tell your loved ones how much you love them and to live your life to the fullest! Oh what a great reunion to see Jesus and all my loved ones! To those of you who have not yet made a commitment to Jesus, please know He loves and cares for you. He is waiting with outstretched arms to welcome you home. Please don’t wait until it is too late. I want to see you in Heaven. Just be there when I turn around in Heaven. I want to see your dear faces and spend all eternity with you. It gave me great joy to serve the Risen Savior, the True Living God!Shirley will be deeply missed by her loving husband over 54 years: David C. Hewitt of Vevay, IN; her daughter: Tracy Lee Nelson and her husband: Clayton of Louisville, KY; her son: Steven Gary Hewitt and his wife: Jane of Camden Wyoming, DE; her grandchildren: Lori Hewitt, Travis Hewitt and his wife: Amanda, Cody Nelson and Brandi Nelson; her great-granddaughters: Sophia and Lillian Hewitt; her sister: Shelby Jean Minch-Garland and her husband: Benny of Lamb, IN; her brother: Charles Tingle and his wife: Barb of Milan, IN; her uncle: Orville Tingle of Crestwood, KY; her several nieces, nephews, cousins and a host of friends. She was preceded in death by her parents: Gilbert Carroll Tingle, died December 22, 1991 and Leona (Raisor) Tingle, died May 10, 1976; her brothers: Earl Wayne, James Everett and Donald Lee Tingle; her sisters: Lois Anna Taylor, Leora Carol Marsh and Wilma J. Romans; her niece: Debbie Minch and her nephews: Robert and Mike Tingle.Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, January 31, 2017, at 11:00 am, by Rev. Howard Wade at the Haskell & Morrison Funeral Home, 208 Ferry Street Vevay, Indiana 47043.last_img read more

New Years Day Traditions

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first_imgMany New Year’s traditions involve food. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, here are a few:The tradition of eating 12 grapes at midnight comes from Spain. Revelers stuff their mouths with 12 grapes in the final moments of the year—one grape for every chime of the clock!In the southern US, black-eyed peas and pork foretell good fortune. In Scotland—where Hogmanay is celebrated—people parade down the streets swinging balls of fire.Eating any ring-shaped treat (such as a doughnut) symbolizes “coming full circle” and leads to good fortune. In Dutch homes, fritters called olie bollen are served.The Irish enjoy pastries called bannocks.In India and Pakistan, rice promises prosperity.Apples dipped in honey are a Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) tradition.In Swiss homes, dollops of whipped cream, symbolizing the richness of the year to come, are dropped on the floors—and allowed to remain there!last_img read more

Mourinho in More Trouble on and off the Pitch

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first_imgJust when Jose Mourinho thought it could not get any worse for him at Manchester United after last week’s 4-0 drubbing at Chelsea, his team’s season has hit a new low.Though Manchester United was not beaten by Burnley, Mourinho was sent to the stands during the game. The goalless draw however is not an outcome to ease pressure on the manager.The Portuguese was punished by referee Mark Clattenburg after an alleged altercation in the tunnel that saw Mourinho apparently contest the referee’s decision not to give a penalty for Jon Flanagan’s challenge on Matteo Darmian just before the interval.Mourinho, who is already facing an FA charge over his comments about another referee, Anthony Taylor, before the recent visit to Liverpool, could find himself in more trouble, both for what he said to Clattenburg and then for trying to sit in the front row of the stands as the second half began.He was quickly moved to the director’s box where he had a first-class view of his side’s failure to score, and of the sending-off of Ander Herrera, which completed another miserable afternoon at Old Trafford.The midweek victory over a second-string Manchester City in the League Cup will not be enough to spare Mourinho criticism, particularly since star summer signings Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic again failed to show signs of paying back United’s investment.Ibrahimovic endured another blank day, seeing his spectacular acrobatic bicycle kick superbly stopped by Tom Heaton, one of 11 saves Burnley’s keeper — once on United’s books — made.The striker has now gone six games without scoring for the first time in nine years.Incredibly, United had 37 shots in this match, their most in a Premier League game since such statistics were first recorded in 2003-04.But Mourinho was in no mood to justify the performance afterwards, sending his assistant, Rui Faria, to answer questions. “I don’t know what happened,” Faria said about the incident that led to Mourinho’s dismissal.“It is not important what Jose said, what is important is what the referee writes in his report.”Another rule of football decrees that managers who do not succeed in the post-Alex Ferguson era at Manchester United seldom get the time to put matters right. United’s start is now worse than under David Moyes in 2014 and only marginally better than under Louis van Gaal last year.Mourinho will need no reminding of what happened to them.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

Rodgers will be huge factor for Packers in playoffs

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first_imgLast Updated: 31st December, 2019 12:59 IST Rodgers Will Be Huge Factor For Packers In Playoffs For years, Aaron Rodgers’ greatness powered the Green Bay Packers’ success. After a two-year hiatus out of the playoffs, Rodgers again will be a huge key in the postseason. First Published: 31st December, 2019 12:59 IST WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW US SUBSCRIBE TO US COMMENTcenter_img LIVE TV Associated Press Television News For years, Aaron Rodgers’ greatness powered the Green Bay Packers’ success.After a two-year hiatus out of the playoffs, Rodgers again will be a huge key in the postseason.This time, however, the focus will be on getting the Rodgers-led passing attack back on track. Struggling with long-ball inaccuracy in the first half, Rodgers completed 27 of 55 passes in a 23-20, come-from-behind victory over the Detroit Lions on Sunday. The victory helped give the Packers a first-round bye. As the No. 2 seed, they’ll host a divisional-round game on Jan. 12.While Rodgers got going in the second half, he was uncharacteristically off the mark for a second consecutive week. In games that he started and wasn’t knocked out because of injury, Rodgers entered the season with only six career games with a completion percentage of less than 50 percent. He’s failed to complete half his passes in back-to-back games.“We’ve just been off on a lot of plays, whether it’s a guy dropping a ball or maybe the ball is just a tad off,” coach Matt LaFleur said on Monday. “He can’t do it himself. The play around him has got to be better. The guys that have opportunities, they’ve got to make plays.”WHAT’S WORKINGGreen Bay’s close-game prowess. Few teams can match the Packers’ 8-1 record in games decided by eight points or fewer. Green Bay survived three first-half turnovers a week ago at Minnesota and a two-touchdown deficit at halftime at Detroit to extend its winning streak to five games, win the NFC North and gain a first-round bye. The Packers swept the Lions despite not leading for a single second of regulation in those games.“It’s definitely belief,” Rodgers said. “There’s an expectation that if we get the ball in two-minute (offense), we’re going to score. That belief carries a lot of weight in those situations. The calmness with which we operate in those situations, I think, allows us to really focus and personally allows me to get in my zone as far as what plays I want to get to.”WHAT’S NOT WORKINGDeep passes. According to Pro Football Focus, Rodgers threw 17 passes at least 20 yards downfield against Detroit. He was rewarded with only three completions, though two of those were touchdowns of 20 yards to Davante Adams and 28 yards to Allen Lazard during the big second-half comeback.STOCK UPAaron Jones has answered every question this season. After missing chunks of his first two seasons with knee injuries, could he stay healthy? Could he become a viable three-down back? Could he carry the load? Jones checked all of those boxes, punctuated with a superb effort against the Lions. In 75 snaps, he carried 25 times for 100 yards and caught two passes for 43 yards. With the Packers needing to move into field-goal range on the final drive, he found daylight on a screen pass, broke two tackles and gained 31 yards to set up the winning kick. Jones finished the season with 1,084 rushing yards, 1,558 scrimmage yards and 19 total touchdowns — just one touchdown shy of the franchise record set by Ahman Green in 2003.STOCK DOWNGreen Bay’s run defense had tightened up during a four-game winning streak, including a dominant effort at Minnesota in Week 16, but regressed against the Lions. Highlighted by Ty Johnson’s 41-yard run before halftime, runs of 20 and 14 yards by Kerryon Johnson and a run of 15 yards by Bo Scarbrough, the Lions gouged Green Bay for 171 yards on 26 attempts – a 6.8 average.INJUREDThe Packers have been remarkably healthy this season but will gladly take the bye to get to full strength for the playoffs. No. 2 running back Jamaal Williams missed the Detroit game with a shoulder injury and center Corey Linsley (back) and right tackle Bryan Bulaga (head) left the game. Lucas Patrick (for Linsley) and Jared Veldheer (for Bulaga) played well, which is why the Packers signed Patrick to a contract extension on Saturday and claimed the veteran Veldheer off waivers on Nov. 27.KEY NUMBERS997: For the second time in four years, Adams finished 3 yards shy of 1,000 for the season. After missing four games with a toe injury, Adams caught 58 passes for 619 yards and five touchdowns in the final eight games. “At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter, because it’s all about what we’ve got going on as a team,” Adams said. “But (it was) a personal goal. Obviously, missing a month of football, it’s tough to hit that milestone.”NEXT STEPSThe bye will allow the players to get healthy and the team to get ready for one of three playoff opponents. If third-seeded New Orleans beats sixth-seeded Minnesota, the Saints would come to Lambeau Field. If the Vikings pull off the upset, Green Bay would face the winner of Seattle at Philadelphia.The team will practice on Thursday and Friday, get the weekend off, then get back to work on Monday. “How many plays we played in this last game and how came out health-wise, I just don’t think our guys are going to be ready to practice on Wednesday,” LaFleur said. “I want them to get some work in. That’s the most important. There’s a lot of stuff that we can clean up on the field.”___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFL Written Bylast_img read more

Coronavirus: Premier League and EFL suspended until 3 April at earliest

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first_imgAll elite football in England has been suspended until at least 3 April as a result of the spread of coronavirus.All Premier League games, EFL fixtures and matches in the FA Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship have been postponed.The Premier League said action would resume on 4 April “subject to medical advice and conditions at the time”.The Football Association said England’s games against Italy on 27 March and Denmark four days later are off.The EFL, which hopes to resume play a day earlier, said clubs were also advised to suspend “non-essential activities” such as “player appearances, training ground visits and fan meetings”. Source: BBClast_img read more